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Archaeological Museum of Rhodes

Archaeological Museum of Rhodes

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Located at the center of the Medieval Town, right by the famous Street of the Knights, the Archaeological Museum of Rhodes exhibits very important collections of findings that highly regarded museums like Le Louvre, are particularly keen to host periodically. Don't let the understated appearance of the building of the ...


Ouzo: more than a drink

Ouzo: more than a drink

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Ice tinkling-in a glass of ouzo is the quintessence of summer in Greece, to be enjoyed while sitting at a table by the sea after a swim, beneath a shady pine tree against a background hum of cicadas, or by a pool at sunset. Ouzo is good any way it’s taken ...


25th of March: The Greek National Day

Mar 23rd, 2012 Posted in News | Read the full story

The Celebration of Greece's National Day is traditionally observed by Greeks everywhere as an expression of gratitude for the sacrifices of their forefathers who took the fateful risk on that Day to stand up against the Ottoman Empire in order to reclaim their freedom and live with dignity at last. ...


Oceania’s new Riviera cruise ship in routes to Rhodes

Mar 14th, 2012 Posted in News | Read the full story

Riviera, the Oceania Cruises' 1.250 guests ship, will set sail on her maiden voyage, a 12 days Ancient Grandeur itinerary from Piraeus (Athens), Greece on April 24. The ports of call include Alexandria and Port Said in Egypt, Haifa and Ashdod (Jerusalem) in Israel, Rhodes and Patmos in Greece; and ...


FCO Travel advice for Greece updated

Aug 3rd, 2011 Posted in News | Read the full story

In view of the recent events at Heraklion airport the Foreign & Commonwealth Office has updated their travel advice. Although there are no travel restrictions in place for Greece, travelers are warned to expect regular strikes and demonstrations that can cause disruption to public transport in and out of Greece. ...


Wi-Fi access in Rhodes

Wi-Fi access in Rhodes

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No worries. It's very easy to find a free wi-fi access point in the city. Most bars and cafeterias offer internet access for free to their customers. In downtown Rhodes, there is a municipal network free of charge that covers the area from the Mandraki marina to the Prefecture building, ...


Extra cover for tourists

Jun 23rd, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

In an attempt to improve Greece's perception abroad, the Minister of Culture and Tourism, P. Geroulanos said that Greece will cover any additional costs a tourist may undertake caused by a natural disaster. Mr. Geroulanos said, “We are guaranteeing to pay any extra room and board any visitor in Greece ...


A new plan for saturated tourist areas

Jun 8th, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

A new zoning plan for areas saturated from tourist development aimed to curb construction on islands and coastlines will be submitted for public consultation in a few weeks’ time. A previous plan in 2008 came under fire by conservationists, civil engineers and even entrepreneurs criticizing the fact that the plan ...


Interruption in Flights

May 4th, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

Travelers using Greek air carriers will face tomorrow (May 5th) service interruptions as there will be a general strike in Greece. We hope that on Rhodes the effects of the strike will be milder than the rest of the country.


Lindos Rock festival

Lindos Rock festival

Apr 12th, 2010 Posted in News | Read the full story

For seven days each year, the best tribute bands from around Europe play in this unique classic rock festival in Lindos. During the early 1970’s Pink Floyd made Lindos one of their bases and David Gilmour still owns a villa in the village. There are two shows at St Paul’s ...

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